In a national address following the latest racially motivated mass shooting by a man who claimed to be protecting his country from an ethnic invasion by Hispanics, United States President Donald Trump strongly condemned violently flaunting white supremacy.
"Being brown or black is bad enough," said the president. "People don't deserve to be assassinated for something that's not their fault, but their parents' fault."
Trump went on to quote from Proverbs 16:18, noting that the ruler of all rulers himself warned that pride goeth before a fall.
"Just because you're better than someone else, doesn't mean you should lord it over them," said Trump. "It's simply not classy to throw white supremacy in people's faces. After all, the greatest white man in history, Jesus Christ, was very humble. That should tell us something."
President Trump concluded with an urgent call for peace. "In making America great again, we must carry out our righteous agenda through civil and political means, not through violence. That's true supremacy."